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Chiraz Ennaceur

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  1. Well, For starters professional gaming is different from casual gaming. Professional gamers make money or fame by playing video games , as the name suggests. So , mostly they are into playing MMO games and streaming it for views and followers , ex: Twitch. And these games host different rounds with conditions and experiences which helps these people to be interested. So, no …i don't usually get bored but anyway if they get there would be a new game with much more followers wanting the person to shift his play to that game.
  2. i am always interested to go in gaming community
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    my age is just and just 28 😛
  4. EA has delayed the next big Battlefield game a month, pushing it back to November 20 for what developer DICE says are “final adjustments to core gameplay.” There’s another good reason for the delay, though: the competition. Battlefield V had been previously scheduled for October 19, a week after Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 and a week before Red Dead Redemption 2. It seemed like a big misstep for EA to launch its flagship fall game that close to two other, far more anticipated games, and rumors had circulated for the past few weeks about Battlefield V pre-orders failing to meet EA’s expectations. Now, the next Battlefield is clear of most other fall blockbusters, although it’ll still be out in time for Black Friday (November 23). Battlefield V, which is set in World War II, will hold an open beta next week on September 6. “We can’t wait to see you on the battlefield,” DICE said in today’s announcement.
  5. Blizzard, over at their Diablo site, has shared some more information about what is to be expected about Diablo at BlizzCon. In August, Diablo Community Manager Nevalistis announced that multiple Diablo projects are to be expected through the next months. The August post had sent the hype from Diablo fans through the roof, with players speculating Diablo 4 was on the way. With a small demo area on the BlizzCon floorplan hinting that there will not be a huge Diablo reveal, players began to temper their expectations. This post is to basically tell that although some projects will be announced at BlizzCon, there will be more coming after the event. One of the Diablo projects already revealed is Diablo III: The Eternal Collection, a Diablo III port to the Nintendo Switch. The Eternal Collection will be released on November 2nd, the first day of BlizzCon. 😎 BlizzCon 2018 is almost here and we’ve seen a lot of rumors flying around about our plans for Diablo at the show. These are very exciting times—we currently have multiple teams working on different Diablo projects and we can’t wait to tell you all about them . . . when the time is right. We know what many of you are hoping for and we can only say that “good things come to those who wait,” but evil things often take longer. We appreciate your patience as our teams work tirelessly to create nightmarish experiences worthy of the Lord of Terror. While we won’t be ready to announce all of our projects, we do intend to share some Diablo-related news with you at the show. November 2 will be an especially diabolical date—not only is it the first day of BlizzCon, it’s also when Diablo III arrives on the Nintendo Switch. If you’re planning to pick up the game (the digital download will be available starting at midnight on launch day) and are joining us in Anaheim, be sure to bring your console. We’d love to slay some demons with you on the show floor. Again, we want to thank you for your patience and support. We are eternally grateful to you and the millions of other Diablo fans around the world whose passion for this franchise inspires us and keeps our fires burning. We’ll see you in hell . . . and at BlizzCon! New additions at BlizzCon 2018 besides the Demo area is the Horadric Retreat, a Diablo themed area next to the Mythic Stage, the main stage at BlizzCon. The BlizzCon 2018 Schedule also mention two Diablo panels, a "What's Next" panel and a General Q&A panel. Diablo's What's Next panel will happen shortly after the opening ceremony. The time slot right after the opening ceremony is generally reserved for the biggest announcements of BlizzCon. Even though Diablo III had significant news last year with the announcement of the Necromancer class, the franchise didn't get a What's Next panel.
  6. It’s simple my friend, you play them all. Kiwami is also pretty short.
  7. Been enjoying the hell out of it! My initial thoughts: MP is a blast Zombies is hella fun Specialist HQ is interesting My only complaints: No crossbow... 😞 No Dead Ops Arcade... 😞 God damn, team killing ruins the fun of playing Blackout. Will only do Solo from now on until that shit is fixed.
  8. A potential design for the Nintendo 64 Mini might have been leaked online, although we’d take things with a pinch of salt until official confirmation. Nacho on Twitter has provided a series of images which appear to feature the N64 Mini, and many of them look quite genuine. These could always just be professional renders, though.
  9. Battletoads. Because that game cheats. All. The. Time.
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